Custom pages



Note that this feature is not available in all Dataiku licenses. You may need to reach out to your Dataiku Account Manager or Customer Success Manager.

The Custom Pages Designer is available from the Applications menu. It allows administrators to create as many custom pages as needed beyond the standard pages.

Using the Custom Pages Designer, you can present your own selection of artifacts with the option to display a Matrix as well. Any new pages can be reordered in the navigation bar.

In the Custom Pages Designer, you will be able to

  • choose which artifacts to show,

  • utilize both standard and custom Blueprints,

  • select the Row Views you want to use,

  • and create additional visualizations.

General settings

The user defines a custom page by an ID, name, and an icon. The ID is prefixed by “cp.”. Once created, the ID cannot be changed. Additionally, when using an Artifact Matrix, there are associated specific settings.

Once the settings are saved, the page is automatically created and visible. You can define the order in which the custom pages are listed in the navigation menu bar by clicking on the up and down arrow buttons. It is also possible to delete custom pages.


Standard pages cannot be moved within, or removed from, the navigation menu


Here you can choose the Content Type. This means you must decide whether to use the default table view or to include a matrix. In the Content section, the choices are:

  • Artifact Table, which is the default,

  • and Artifact Matrix.

This choice will trigger different settings to configure.


A filter can be set up to only display artifacts of specific blueprints. It is possible to select multiple blueprints for which we can configure a view each.


In the Views section, choose the blueprint in the first dropdown and fill-in the corresponding view ID in the View field. The field will suggest Row Views associated with the blueprint, as you can only select a row view ID.

To learn more about views please refer to Views and view components section.

Matrix view settings

The user defines a Matrix View by filling in the following mandatory fields:

  • Matrix label

  • X and Y axis settings

  • X and Y axis name

  • X and Y min value

  • X and Y max value

  • X and Y field IDs: acceptable values are only fields of type number and category.

There are three distinct zones for which you must configure:

  • Zone name

  • Background color

  • Point color

Two themes are suggested and applied after selecting the USE THESE COLORS button.